As others have mentioned, this restaurant would be worth a visit simply for the setting. On the river front with views of the tombs it is certainly a nice place to sit and enjoy dinner.
The lavash bread, which waiters often described as "Turkish puffy bread" was not so good here as elsewhere - a little less substantial and sank quickly, it is only a starter though and if I remember correctly it was free of charge. We chose dishes off the Turkish menu, but there are other options - including Mexican dishes like fajitas. My companion had lamb in foil as a main course. It was served with the standard array of accompaniments. I had chicken in a sizzling dish. It was what it said it was, and tasty too. I would probably give the food a 7/10. I would give the location a 9/10. Service was very friendly, and overall no complaints.
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